At Christmas we said a fond farewell to Elyse our wonderful fundraiser. Elyse has been a crucial part of our team from the earliest days of SOHTIS. She has given visionary and given her all, helping us to build the organisation and enabling us to bring victims to safety and support survivors to rebuild their… Continue reading Fond Farewells & New Beginnings
FUNdraising to the Fore!
Anyone involved in the third (or what used to be called the voluntary) sector will know that a constant agenda item to be addressed by charities is fund raising. Fund raising is not usually much fun but, as some of the photographs below testify on this occasion the SOHTIS golf day was a big hit… Continue reading FUNdraising to the Fore!
Lockdown = Freedom
Your LOCKDOWN can bring FREEDOM. Here is how! It’s Scotland. It’s Spring. It’s cold. It’s windy. It’s raining. You want to sit on the sofa, eat stodge and keep cosy but you also want to ‘do your bit’. Well now you can! The Virtual Kiltwalk has announced that YOU CAN “DECIDE ON on YOUR CHALLENGE and as… Continue reading Lockdown = Freedom
40 Day Challenge
The target was two people, 400 miles, 40 days! The inspirational Craig and Nina Mearns raised their glasses as they celebrate hitting the target on 4 May 2020 and raising over £1,000 to support survivors of human trafficking in the East of Scotland. Mission complete! Craig & Nina celebrate their achievement! A huge thank you… Continue reading 40 Day Challenge
Hiring – Senior Philanthropy Officer
Human trafficking is said to be the greatest human rights issue of our time and is much closer than what most of think. It is hidden in plain sight and has been identified in every local authority in Scotland. We believe that everyone deserves to live in freedom with dignity and respect. This new role… Continue reading Hiring – Senior Philanthropy Officer
“Wee Short Legs that are Quite Old”
“Wee Short Legs that are Quite Old”! Continuing our blog series we introduce key members of the SOHTIS team and are inspired by their contribution to anti-human trafficking work. Hazel is a retired professor of Nursing, has been involved in anti-trafficking work on a voluntary basis for many years. She sits on our SOHTIS Advisory… Continue reading “Wee Short Legs that are Quite Old”